Vanover (7-3, 225 pounds) averaged 7.5 points and 3.0 rebounds during his freshman campaign at Cal last season, playing 28 games and starting 15. However, he came on strong to end the season as he averaged 12.8 points and 5.0 rebounds over his final 10 games.
The Red Wolves’ score marked a five-stroke improvement over their first-round total yesterday and was the seventh lowest of the day among the 13-team field. A-State now holds a combined 585 score as it stands tied with Mississippi State and is six strokes behind eighth-place West Virginia.
Cabrera comes to A-State after two seasons as an assistant coach at Austin Peay. In those two seasons, the Governors posted a 41-26 record and made one of the NCAA’s largest defensive turnarounds in 2017-18.